Accident Advice Helpline and an injury claims lawyer in Linlithgow
Linlithgow is a Royal Burgh in West Lothian, Scotland. An ancient town, it lies south of its two most prominent landmarks: Linlithgow Palace and Linlithgow Loch. The town’s coat of arms shows a black dog, chained to an oak tree, which grows on an island. Linlithgow’s patron saint is Saint Michael and its motto is St. Michael is kinde to straingers.
An ACCIDENT means you may have to use an injury claims lawyer in Linlithgow
25,000 people contact us every month for help with their personal injury compensation claims. The blameless victims of all sorts of accidents causing all sorts of injuries means they need the services of an injury claims lawyer in Linlithgow. We have helped many thousands of claimants get the compensation they were entitled to because of the accidents they had been in, or negligence they had suffered. The type of accidents we have dealt with include:
- Road traffic accidents
- Work related accidents
- Industrial illness and diseases
- Food poisoning
- Medical negligence
- Slips, trips and falls
- Accidents in schools, colleges and universities
- Holiday accidents
Free ACCIDENT ADVICE for everyone
When you call Accident Advice Helpline on our freephone number, 0800 689 0500, you will speak to one of our friendly advisors. They are highly trained to give you free legal advice regarding your personal injury compensation claim, and might well advise that you should consider using an injury claims lawyer in Linlithgow. They will not put you under any pressure at all; just give you all the information you need about how the claims process works, give you an assessment of your chances of a successful claim and then leave you to make the decision whether to go ahead with the claim or not.
ACCIDENT ADVICE HELPLINE, here for you when you need us most
Accident Advice Helpline was established in 2000, to provide access to justice for blameless victims of accidents. In 1998, the government of the day, abolished legal aid for personal injury claims and this meant that only rich people were able to afford to make a claim. In 1999 the Finance Act allowed the use of the conditional fee agreement for the claims, putting them back in everyone’s reach.
The conditional fee agreement is better known as No Win No Fee and it is on that basis we operate. We do not want anyone to shy away from making a claim because of the cost – you do not have to find any money to start your claim, and if by any slim chance your case is lost, you will not owe us a penny. You have nothing to lose by making contact with us to find out if you have a valid claim.
When you are considering using an injury lawyer in Linlithgow, give us a call or try completing the 30-second test on our website. That will let you know if you have a valid claim, and if you do will give you a rough idea of the amount you may be awarded.
Date Published: 1st October 2013
Author: David Brown